Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1990 Ford F-350. This heavy duty welders truck came to our shop looking beat. Its paint had been faded, chipping, and semi-repaired for years and the owner decided that he had enough. Not wanting to spend $1,000,000s on a work truck that will get damaged soon again, the owner decided to have us refinish the Ford with our tough Urethane Paint, for an affordable yet great looking, long lasting finish that will look great at job sites for years to come!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1995 Dodge Caravan. This work van came to Almost Everything with its original paint in shambles. A good majority of it had been sanded off in preparation for new paint. Unfortunately the surface would not have looked too smooth if we had simply painted over the existing surface repairs. We corrected this by sanding all of the surfaces clean and smooth. Once that had been completed we masked off all windows, lights and trim, and finally refinished the van with our Enamel paint in the van's original color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2007 Toyota Tacoma. This work truck came to our shop with decent paint, however the owner is a subcontractor for a company that now requires its subcontractors' work vehicles to be white! We began the color transformation with our basic prep; chemically cleaning the truck to remove old stuck on road contaminants, scuffing the original blue paint up so that the new paint could stick onto it, then we masked off all lights, windows, and trim. The owner instructed us to paint the bumpers the same color as the rest of the truck's body, so we did not mask those off. We painted the entire outside of the pickup with our Enamel + UV protectant paint in the brightest, purest white that we could mix, and returned this glossy white truck to its owner!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1986 Ford Econoline work van. This truck came to us looking like it was camouflaged, there were spots of unfinished primer all over its sides! We began by chemically cleaning the outside of the van to remove any bugs, wax, tar etc. Next we scuffed the old paint with an abrasive pad to roughen the surface so the new paint can "bite" onto it. From there we masked all of the windows and trim panels, painted the entire exterior with our Enamel + UV protectant paint, detailed it, and returned the van back to its owner looking glossy and new again!